Mead Johnson Nutrition Co a Delaware corporation was founded in 1905. The Company manufactures, distributes and sells infant formulas, children's nutrition and other nutritional products. Its comprehensive product portfolio addresses a broad range of nutritional needs for infants, children and expectant and nursing mothers. It markets its portfolio of more than 70 products to mothers, health care professionals and retailers in more than 50 countries in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America. Its three reportable segments are Asia, Latin America and North America/Europe, which comprised 52%, 20% and 28%, respectively. Its pediatric nutrition products are grouped by category of feeding: (1) infant formula products, (2) children's nutrition products and (3) other products. The Enfa family of brands includes several infant formula and children's nutrition brands. In addition to the Enfa family of brands, it markets several other powerful brands on a local, regional or global basis. The Company competes in two primary categories, infant formula and children's nutrition. The Company is subject to numerous governmental regulations, and it can be costly to comply with these regulations. Its products are sold principally to wholesale and retail customers, both nationally and internationally. Its main global competitors for sales of infant formula and children's nutrition products are Abbott Laboratories, Danone and Nestlé S.A. The Company maintains more than 6,100 trademark registrations and applications in more than 100 countries worldwide. The Company is subject to the laws and regulations in each country in which it markets its products.